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1 QC VISION ORATORY SKILLS IN THE AGE OF INFORMATION EXPLOSION
An ICT Seagulls Project by: CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL & DEGREE COLLEGE Sector-D, LDA Colony, Kanpur Road, Lucknow, India.

2 CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL & DEGREE COLLEGE
LUCKNOW, INDIA We are the students of world’s largest school CMS that has 26,000 students on role being imparted Quality Education by 2300 teachers in 16 branches located in capital city of Lucknow in India.

3 Swapnil Introduction - Swapnil

4 CMS: WHERE GLOBAL PARTICIPATION IS A WAY OF LIFE
INTERNATIONAL EVENTS where many international events are hosted by CMS. We hosted world’s first International Convention on Students’ QC Circles in 1997 and again in 1999. CMS: WHERE GLOBAL PARTICIPATION IS A WAY OF LIFE

5 UNESCO PRIZE FOR PEACE EDUCATION-2002
Our CMS is recipient of UNESCO’s Peace Prize besides many other national and international awards.

6 DR. (MRS.) BHARTI GANDHI FOUNDER DIRECTOR, CMS
DR. JAGDISH GANDHI FOUNDER MANAGER,CMS DR. (MRS.) BHARTI GANDHI FOUNDER DIRECTOR, CMS Swapnil

7 OUR CHARISMATIC PRINCIPAL
Pallavi Dr.(Mrs.) Vineeta Kamran

8 OUR MENTOR Introductiion-Pallavi Mr. P.C. Bihari

9 INTRODUCTION CIRCLE NAME - QC VISION CONSTITUTED ON - AUGUST 17, 2009
LEADER - SIDDHARTH DY. LEADER - TIASHA MEMBERS - SHREYA PRAWAHAN SOMESH SHOBHIT

10 INTRODUCTION FACILITATOR - MRS. ARCHANA BEHARI
DY. FACILITATOR - MR. SAPANDEEP SINGH CO-ORDINATOR DR. (MRS.) VINEETA KAMRAN PRINCIPAL, CMS DEGREE COLLEGE, LUCKNOW DY. CO-ORDINATOR - MRS. SUMITA SRIVASTAVA MEETING DAY - SATURDAY MEETING TIME P.M. – 2.30 P.M. AVERAGE AGE YEARS AVERAGE QUALIFICATION th CLASS CONCEPT & TRAINING MR. P.C. BIHARI ANIMATION & GRAPHICS MR. SIJOCHAN K.A.

11 BRAIN STORMING PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED 1. NOISE DURING FREE PERIODS
2. LESS TIME FOR READING STORIES, MAGAZINES ETC. 3. LACK OF TEACHING AIDS AND DEMONSTRATIONS 4. HOW TO DEVELOP KNACK OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 5. FEELING MATHS AS A DIFFICULT SUBJECT 6. CONVEYANCE PROBLEMS 7. SHORT LUNCH TIME 8. COMPUTER CONCEPTS NOT CLEAR The shorlisted Brainstorming outcome is beamed on the screen they are R E A D Now Shweta shall detail you about problem selection and Pareto Diagram used for it.

12 MARKS BASIS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 18 26 20 51 34 17 16 22 Members Siddharth
P R O B L E M N U M B E R S Members 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Siddharth 9 Tiasha Shreya Prawahan Somesh Shobhit Total 18 26 20 51 34 17 16 22 Sir We adopted marks basis for selection of our problem and we can see problem 3 got the maximum problem and so we chose it for solving.

13 PARETO DIAGRAM The shorlisted Brainstorming outcome is beamed on the screen they are R E A D Now Shweta shall detail you about problem selection and Pareto Diagram used for it.

14 STAGE FRIGHT : CLASSIC SIGNS OF STRESS
PROBLEM DEFINITION STAGE FRIGHT : CLASSIC SIGNS OF STRESS 1. STUDENTS AFRAID OF THE POSSIBILITY OF HUMILIATION RESULTING FROM CRITICISM OR FAILURE. 2. PROVOKING AN INSTINCTIVE "FLIGHT OR FIGHT" RESPONSE. 3. AS OUR BODIES PREPARE TO FIGHT OR FLEE IN THE FACE OF A THREAT, OUR MUSCLES BECOME SO taut THAT WE BEGIN TO TREMBLE. 4. OUR FACES GROW PALE. 5. OUR HEARTS POUND AS BLOOD PUMPS MORE QUICKLY THROUGH OUR SYSTEM TO LEND US EXTRA STRENGTH. 6. OUR MOUTHS GO DRY.

15 Role of Stress In Public Speaking
PROBLEM DEFINITION Role of Stress In Public Speaking 1. Stress provides an edge of tension which brings out a dynamic performance. 2. Legions of veteran actors and actresses have testified that they could never perform as well as they did if chronic stage fright had not kept them at high pitch of intensity. 3. Everybody has stage fright. 4. Shy students feel that their shyness is "worse" than anyone. 5. In fact many others are just as shy and are hiding it just as well.

16 FACTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
PROBLEM DEFINITION FACTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 1. Welshman David George, one of the best parliamentary Debaters of this century confessed that his tongue glued to the roof of his mouth and at first he could hardly get out a word when he spoke for the first time. 2. The tremor in your voice might sound like a jack hammer in your own head but none in the audience would notice it at all.

17 ARNOLD ZENKER’S THEORY “Did you wish the speaker's failure?"
PROBLEM DEFINITION ARNOLD ZENKER’S THEORY 1. Audiences want you to be a winner. 2. If you doubt this, think of the last presentation you attended. “Did you wish the speaker's failure?" Of course not 3. People accustomed to talking to small groups develop confidence in meeting strangers, participating in gatherings and exercising leadership.

18 DATA COLLECTION 2. Do you agree speaking before a small
group is useful for becoming an orator Do you agree audience are supportive 3. Do you have stage fright 3. Do you want to become an orator

19 CAUSE & EFFECT DIAGRAM MAN STAGE FRIGHT MACHINE
Over crowded Auditoriums Lack of Interest Dependent No interest in a group activity Lack of Confidence Indifferent Parents STAGE FRIGHT Defective Mikes & Speakers Unsuitable Dias or Platforms Power Failures MACHINE

20 CAUSE & EFFECT DIAGRAM HABIT STAGE FRIGHT HABIT Stammering Restless
Quit Timidity Shy Poor Self Worth STAGE FRIGHT Lack of Reading Material Hi-Fi Address Systems Not Trained to use OHPs & Latest Audio Visual Aids including Computers HABIT

21 CAUSE & EFFECT DIAGRAM ENVIRONMENT STAGE FRIGHT Lack of Awareness
Indisciplined Audience Broken Families Loneliness Long School Hours Less Interaction STAGE FRIGHT

22 Strategy - I Dress Code 1. Speaker's dress should never be so incongruous, flashy or glamorous that it distracts attention. 2. We should “DRESS" for a speech to suit the occasion. 3. Avoid wearing tight fitted clothes. 4. The tie knot should not be tight at all around the neck.

23 DEVELOP SELF CONFIDENCE AND INFLUENCE AUDIENCE
Strategy - II DEVELOP SELF CONFIDENCE AND INFLUENCE AUDIENCE AVOID FLAMBOYANT GESTURES. DON'T SUPRESS YOUR PERSONALITY GESTURES TOTALLY. 3. TRY TO GIVE AN AIR OF QUIET DIGNITY. 4. BE YOURSELF, RATHER, BETTER THAN YOUR NORMAL SELF. 5. TRY TO PRONOUNCE EVERY WORD PRECISELY AND CORRECTLY. 6. IF WE ORDINARILY TALK FAST, SLOW DOWN.

24 BETTER SELF MANAGEMENT
Strategy - III BETTER SELF MANAGEMENT 1. HOLD YOUR CHEST HIGH. 2. TUCK IN YOUR STOMACH. 3. PRESS THE BACK OF YOUR NECK AGAINST YOUR COLLAR.

25 Strategy - IV BREATH MANAGEMENT
1. TAKE A DEEP BREATH WHILE LOOKING THE AUDIENCE FOR THE FIRST TIME. 2. FILL YOUR LUNGS WITH SUFFICIENT AIR SO THAT WE DO NOT RUN OUT OF 'WIND' IN THE MIDDLE OF ORATORY. 3. USE YOUR STOCKED UP BREATH FOR CREATING A GOOD TONE OF VOICE BY PROPERLY FORCING AIR THROUGH THE LARYNX. 4. USE YOUR BREATH FOR MANAGING YOUR PITCH BETTER, AS IN SINGING BREATH CONTROL HELPS THEM TO DO THIS BY PERMITTING VARIATIONS IN VOLUME AND INTONATIONS. 5. AVOID TOTALLY THE DRONING OF A VOICE SPEAKING IN A MONOTONE.

26 BETTER TIME MANAGEMENT
Strategy - V BETTER TIME MANAGEMENT 1. TIMING IS EVERYTHING AS FAR AS PUBLIC SPEAKING IS CONCERNED. 2. ANYTHING LONGER THAN 20 MINUTES STRETCHES AN AUDIENCE'S ATTENTION SPAN. 3. THE SPEECH SHOULD BE WELL RESEARCHED, WRITTEN AND REHEARSED AND WELL CLOCKED. 4. REMEMBER WHAT MONTESQUIEU SAYS " WHAT TOO MANY ORATORS WANT IN DEPTH THEY WILL GIVE YOU IN LENGTH"

27 DEVELOPING THE KNACK OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
Strategy - VI DEVELOPING THE KNACK OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 1. FIRST GET INTO YOUR SUBJECT, THEN GET YOUR SUBJECT INTO YOURSELF AND FINALLY GET YOUR SUBJECT INTO YOUR AUDIENCE. 2. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO TELL THEM; THEN TELL THEM WHAT YOU TOLD THEM. 3. DON'T QUIT ABRUPTLY AND LEARN TO QUIT SKILLFULLY. 4. USE LANGUAGE THAT MATCHES THE VOCABULARY OF THE AUDIENCE - THE SIMPLER THE BETTER. 5. THE FINAL FEW SENTENCES OF SPEECH ARE VITAL WHICH THE LISTENERS ARE LIKELY TO RETAIN AS THEY WALK AWAY. USE THEM FOR SUMMARISING OF MAIN POINTS OF YOUR SPEECH IN A WAY TO LEAVE YOUR MESSAGE RINGING IN THE LISTENER'S EARS. 6. IDEALLY EVERY SINGLE LINE OF EVERY SPEECH SHOULD BE MEMORISED AND SPEAKER'S PERFORMANCE THOROUGHLY REHEARSED WITH HELP OF A TAPE. 7. ALTERNATIVELY WE MAY USE BRIEF NOTES TO JOG THE MEMORY AND KEEP THE SPEECH MOVING IN AN ORDERLY MANNER POINT BY POINT. 8. WE SHOULD REMEMBER PUBLIC PLATFORMS SHOULD HOLD NO TERRORS FOR THE PERSON WHO KNOWS THE SUBJECT AND KNOWS WHAT HE OR SHE WANTS TO SAY. 9. CONFIDENCE GAINED IN MAKING PUBLIC SPEECHES CAN EXTEND INTO EVERY ASPECT OF OUR LIFE.

28 LEARNING OTHER FACTORS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
Strategy - VII LEARNING OTHER FACTORS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 1. BE CONVERSANT WITH PROPER USE OF MIKES, CHORDLESS MIKES. 2. LEARN TO USE OHP AND SPEAK THROUGH TRANSPARENT OHP SLIDES AND TAKE HELP OF AUDIO VISUAL AIDS. 3. INVOLVE MORE IN GROUP DISCUSSIONS AND SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY. 4. LEARN TO SPEAK BOTH, WITH MIKE AND WITHOUT MIKES AND AMPLIFIERS. 5. READ GOOD MAGAZINES, NOVELS AND JOURNALS. 6. SHED SHYNESS. 7. INCREASE OUR SELF ESTEEM TO GET MORE SELF CONFIDENCE. 8. PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY IN QUALITY CIRCLE MEETINGS SPECIALLY DURING BRAIN STORMING SESSIONS.

29 PUBLIC SPEAKING AN IMPORTANT INGREDIENT OF GOOD PERSONALITY
SELF CONFIDENCE IS HALF BATTLE WON. SELF CONFIDENCE CAN BE GAINED THROUGH HARD WORK AND FORETHOUGHT. PUBLIC SPEAKING BUILDS THE SELF CONFIDENCE AND SO IT IS WORHTWHILE TO DEVELOP IT. QUALITY CIRCLE DEVELOPS ORATORY SKILL AND YOU CAN SEE IT !! QC 'VISION' SPEAKING BEFORE YOU ISN'T IT.

30 BENEFITS 1. INCREASED SELF CONFIDENCE.
2. IMPROVED SOCIAL INTER ACTION. 3. BETTER EXPRESSION POWER. 4. LESSER STAGE FRIGHT. 5. OHP IS OUR FRIEND AND SLIDES OUR SISTERS. 6. TEAM SPIRIT. 7. USEFUL GROUP DISCUSSION. 8. CROSS POLLINATION OF THOUGHT. The shorlisted Brainstorming outcome is beamed on the screen they are R E A D Now Shweta shall detail you about problem selection and Pareto Diagram used for it.

31 THANKS


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